12 December 2019
Pacific Harbour is nearing the end of its final waterfront land on Bribie Island.
QM Properties’ Pacific Harbour on Bribie Island is nearing the end of an era, with the release of the final waterfront land in the masterplanned community.
The current exclusive ‘Osprey Island’ release has been selling quickly with only 12 canal lots remaining priced from $535,000, and there is already strong interest in the final canal releases ‘Palm Cove’ as well as “Harbourside Quays” located in the marina precinct.
Pacific Harbour boasts 2,800 homesites, 875 of which are located near the main canal, which offers absolute water frontage and direct ocean access as well as quick boating access to the popular Moreton Islands and surrounding bay.
Bribie Island is attracting buyers looking for an affordable island lifestyle, like Joe and Rachael Nocera, who moved from Sydney to embrace a more relaxed way of life.
“We got tired of the corporate rat race in Sydney, and after visiting Bribie Island, we knew it was the place we wanted to call home,” Mr Nocera said.
“We bought Dock N Dine Cafe, which is a favourite stop for local boaties looking for lunch, and have also established an Italian restaurant next door which is a nod to my childhood years spent cooking with my Grandma.
“We spend all day working on the water and just a seven minute drive away is our home in Pacific Harbour, where we can enjoy living by the water, the beach and a marina for about a third of the price of a similar home in Sydney.
“This is our third home and we feel like we have finally got what we want, with a large 900sqm lot and a brand new home, designed to suit our needs.
“We are living the laid back lifestyle we always dreamt of in a fantastic community with really friendly people, so we have made the right move.”
Pacific Harbour sales Manager Annette Mengel says Pacific Harbour is a unique address for those who want to blend the benefits of a relaxed island lifestyle and city living, with the Sunshine Coast-
-and Brisbane CBD both less than an hour away. “About 85 per cent of Bribie Island is protected including the amazing National Park, bordered by 30 kilometres of pristine white sandy beaches and waterways classed as a National Marine Park, which is teeming with wildlife, including dolphins, turtles and 38 per cent of bird species in Australia,” she said.
“There’s something for everyone at Pacific Harbour and that’s why the community has been popular with all ages. There’s kilometres of walking and cycling tracks, the Passage is great for watersports and the Surf Club patrolled beach is a safe swimming area for families.
“There are plenty of other great facilities including an 18-hole championship golf course at Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club. great restaurants, lots of shopping and primary and high schools.
“While it’s easy to cross the bridge to reach the mainland, there’s really no need to leave the neighbourhood for entertainment.
“The architect designed Sandstone Point Hotel won the 2019 AHA Award for Australia’s best outdoor facility. There’s always something happening with regular outdoor live concerts, festivals and markets.
“In fact, over the years we have had plenty of people make the move from Brisbane, to embrace our unique island lifestyle, after realising they can have the best of both worlds at a much more affordable price.
“People are often surprised to learn that we offer homesites ranging from around 600sqm to 2,000sqm-plus, so residents have the opportunity to create the home that suits their lifestyle.”
The final Osprey Island canal lots range from 594sqm to 935sqm and are priced from $535,000 to $627,000.
Canal House and land packages start from $785,000, with display homes on show from Mancorp Quality Homes, Stylemaster Homes, Nutrend Quality Homes and Abbott Builders.
For more information, please visit www.pacificharbour.com.au